16_DevelopmentMotorDisorders

16_DevelopmentMotorDisorders - Lab 2 Table of all of the...

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2/18/11 Lab 2 Table of all of the calculated values (e.g., peak velocity, ave. velocity) for all 4 conditions (adult near, adult far, infant near, infant far) 8 graphs (4 if you plotted wrist velocity and trunk velocity on the same graph)
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2/18/11 Presentation Days Day 1 (12/2) Jenny, Audrey, Scott M., Kara Beth, Emma, Christy, Josh, Bridget, Steven, Day 2 (12/7) Wonmi, Riyona, Nick, Alex, Christian, Dana, Kari, Scott C., Melissa, Stephanie, Day 3 (12/9)
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Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/18/11 CP continued
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2/18/11 Interventions for CP Later interventions Orthopedic approaches Earlier interventions Neurodevelopmental Therapy Sensory-Integration Approach
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2/18/11 Interventions: Rationale Normal child will use and modify his/her normal motor patterns by practice, repetition, and adaptation Child with cerebral palsy will continue to use and by repetition, to reinforce abnormal patterns later motor patterns will be built from the earlier abnormal movements.
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2/18/11 Interventions: Goals
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2/18/11 Contractures A permanent shortening of the muscle Results from maintained abnormal postures and spasticity Affects joint functioning Ankle vulnerable g foot deformities
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2/18/11 Orthopedic Approaches to Intervention Originally considered an orthopedic problem that could be improved by surgery or through orthoses Serial casting Progressive casting considered to increase muscle length Done in conjunction with a drug (BTX-A) that causes a period of muscle weakness
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2/18/11 Early Intervention Goals To ensure that compensatory patterns do not become habit
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2/18/11 Early Intervention Goals Neurodevelopmental theories Sensory integration theories
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2/18/11 Neurodevelopmental Theory (NDT) Developed by Bobath (1980) Improving motor control by inhibiting abnormal automatic reactions and reflexes Importance of posture and muscle tone
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